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Brazil’s Future as an Energy Superpower

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San Diego, CA 92093

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Join us for a glass of wine and a lively discussion on Brazil’s energy future, followed by a concert by Sonic Impact — a global ensemble featuring musicians from China, Korea, Japan and U.S.

Even though Brazil has the potential to be one of the world’s largest energy suppliers, political uncertainties have long scared investors and hobbled the nation. In this conversation, Mauricio Tolmasquim, professor at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro and GPS Professor David Victor will lay out where Brazil stands today, what the country’s energy future may look like, and what role Brazil will play globally in tackling energy challenges such as limiting emissions that cause global warming.

This event is sponsored by GPS's Center on Global Transformation.

The event will take place in The Great Hall (directions). There will be limited number of parking spaces at the Pangea Parking Structure on a first come, first serve basis. Once those are full, purchasing permits at the pay stations will be required. There will be signage to direct you from Pangea to the Great Hall.

Questions? Contact Lisa Lee.

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